The Supervillains have been brewing an explosive cocktail of feel good grooves that blend Reggae, Punk, and Funk in a melting pot that has been breaking boundaries for almost a decade. With that much time invested, their fan base grows like a weed and in turn, the 'Villains stir their audiences into a frenzy that no other mainstream or underground act can hold a candle to. The results of these factors are in the band's 4th studio release, Grow Yer Own. The album volleys splendidly throughout...going back and fourth from Operation Ivy speed punk to Sublime licked reggae, and (since the band comes from deep within the Florida Swamplands) at times Dom (drums) & Skart's (guitar) vocals will emphasize a catchy sing-along "Sweet Home Alabama" type chorus all while keepin' a groove as deep as Funkadelic. *
“Dirty South Dub Rock” explains a lot when it comes to Hor!zen. This is a band with one of the most intriguing sounds in the quickly emerging reggae-rock scene. Through their songs Hor!zen shines light on the good and bad of Florida street life, specifically their home town Orlando. The group is geared for the release of their new EP entitled “Bottom Out”, produced by James M. Wisner (Slightly Stoopid, Supervillains and a who’s who of hip-hop and r&b artists), which will be released September 18th 2009.
The band has now shared the stage with prominent bands in the reggae–rock scene such as New School Dropouts, Passafire, Ballyhoo!, Rude Buddah, Stone Senses, Natural Vibrations, The Duppies, B liminal, Outlaw Nation, Lionize, Scholar’s Word, The Supervillains, B Foundation, SOJA, Iration, Pato Banton & The Mystic Roots Band, The Movement and John Brown’s Body. As a regular feature in Orlando venues like The Social, Firestone and The Backbooth it is safe to say that Hor!zen is officially established as a band to be reckoned with in the reggae rock scene.